From a lake high in Madagascar, Africa’s own caviar

From a lake high in Madagascar, Africa’s own caviar

A worker of the Rova Caviar Madagascar company holds a sturgeon after pulling it from the net, at the Acipenser factory, on June 4, 2019 in Mantasoa, Madagascar, in order to extract caviar from it. - Renowned for its unique wildlife and vanilla production, Madagascar has a new claim to fame -- the island nation is Africa's first and only source of caviar. The business is an unlikely project in a country beset by grinding poverty, but its owners are determined that luxury foods can play a part in improving Madagascar's economy. (Photo by MAMYRAEL / AFP)

The business is an unlikely project in a country beset by grinding poverty, but its owners are determined that luxury foods can play a part in improving Madagascar’s economy.

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